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One of KOOP's longest-running programs, Jamaican Gold walks the timeline of Jamaican music from 1960 to 1980: starting with uptempo early ska, swinging into soulful rocksteady & revive, easing into the inception and development of reggae, and ending with ethereal, effects-driven classic dub.
Now into his 17th year of somehow being tolerated by KOOP management, host Art Baker brings extensive knowledge and a large personal library of these musical styles to bear each week as he traces the evolution of these great sounds.
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Freedom: The Anthology
Bongo Herman and the Crystalites
The Magnificent Fourteen
Jamaican Rocksteady Party
It's Rockin' Time
My Voice Is Insured for Half a Million Dollars
Trojan Tighten Up Box Set
Dub Scrub Them
The Godfather of Ska Anthology
The Richards Brothers
Trojan Presents: Mod Ska
Don Drummond and the Skatalites
Latin Goes Ska
Trojan Ska Box Set Vol. 1
What a Skandal
King Edwards Presents Ska-volution
Man About Ska Town
Arkland Drumbago Parks
Gaz Mayall Top Tunes
Blow Mr. Hornsman: Instrumental Reggae, 1968-1975
At Channel 1: Dub Plate Specials
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